All Cherry Blossom

To experience Cherry Blossom in Japan is one of life’s most enjoyable encounters, not just the sight of the beautiful blossom, but the history, culture and festivals related to cherry blossom in Japan add so much more to the event.

  • Shimizu Park

    Shimizu Park, in Noda Chiba Prefecture is most famous for its cherry blossom being considered one of Japan’s Top 100 Cherry Blossom Spots.

  • Izumi Nature Park

    Izumi Nature Park, in Chiba, is famous for its cherry blossom being considered one of Japan’s Top 100 Cherry Blossom Spots. Izumi Nature Park features around 1,500 cherry blossom trees including Yoshino, Shidare, Hill Cherry and Sato Cherry varieties.

  • Mobara Park

    Mobara Park in Mobara Chiba Prefecture is famous for its more than 2,800 cherry blossom trees including the Somei Yoshino variety. Mobara Park is considered one of Japan’s Top 100 Cherry Blossom Spots.

  • Shiroyama Park

    Shiroyama Park, in Matsuyama on the island of Shikoku. Shiroyama Park is most famous for its cherry blossom and is considered one of Japan’s Top 100 Cherry Blossom Spots.

  • Maruoka Castle Park

    Maruoka Castle Park, in Sakai Fukui Prefecture, is famous for its cherry blossom and is considered one of Japan’s Top 100 Cherry Blossom Spots. Maruoka Castle Park has around 400 cherry blossom trees which surround Maruoka Castle.

  • Asuwa yama Park

    Asuwa yama Park, in Yamaokucho in Fukui Prefecture, is famous for its cherry blossom trees which are planted on each side of the Asuwa River. Asuwa yama Park features around 600 cherry blossom trees and is considered one of Japan’s Top 100 Cherry Blossom Spots.

  • Nishi Park

    Nishi Park (Nishi Koen) in Fukuoka is famous for its 1,000 plus cherry blossom trees. Nishi Park is considered one of Japan’s Top 100 Cherry Blossom Spots. Nishi Park also contains the Terumo Shrine.

  • Fukuoka Castle

    Fukuoka Castle, also known as Maizuru Castle, was a hilltop style Japanese Castle adjacent to Ohori Koen (Park) in Fukuoka. Nagamasa ordered the construction of Fukuoka Castle in 1601. When Fukuoka Castle was completed in 1607 it had 47 turrets and covered 47,000 square metres making it the largest castle Read more [...]

  • Nihonmatsu Castle

    Nihonmatsu Castle, also known as Kasumiga Castle, is a mountain top style Japanese Castle in Nihonmatsu Fukushima Prefecture. Nihonmatsu Castle was built around 1430 and was destroyed by fire in 1586. In 1643 a new castle was built at the base of the mountain, but was demolished in the Meiji Read more [...]

  • Tsuruga Castle Park

    Tsuruga Castle Park, in Aizu Wakamatsu Fukushima Prefecture, is most famous for its cherry blossom being considered one of Japan’s Top 100 Cherry Blossom Spots. Tsuruga Castle Park also features the modern reconstruction of Aizu Wakamatsu Castle, also known as Tsuruga Castle.